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Canada's First Inflatable Theme Park Is FINALLY Opening This Week In Toronto (VIDEO)

There's even a Laser Tag course and over 50 arcade games!

Well, it's official — after it was first announced in July 2019 (and after its March 2020 opening was delayed), Canada's first-ever inflatable theme park is finally opening its doors in Toronto and you can bounce right into the action starting this week.

Starting August 16, anyone who wants to unleash the inner child can hop right into The Bubble, which boasts 10,000 square feet of obstacle courses, climbing walls and literally everything else you could possibly dream of for a bounce house.

"We're thrilled to finally open our doors and welcome visitors to Canada's first inflatable entertainment complex and a one-stop destination for the ultimate, fun-packed adventure," Michael Orfus, co-founder of The Bubble, said in an announcement emailed to Narcity. "Like many other local businesses, we had to delay our opening, but now we're very excited for guests to jump right in and experience all of our highly curated activities."

If you love pushing yourself to new heights, there is a thrilling "inflata wall" that you can climb up that nearly touches the very ceiling of The Bubble. For those who are feeling ultra-competitive, you can race against the clock (and a friend) through a two-lane obstacle course.

On top of all these airy attractions, there will also be a laser tag course and over 50 arcade games. Plus, The Bubble is also giving out complimentary passes to all front-line healthcare workers up until September 16.

There will also be a much-needed "fuel zone" that guests can hit up in-between bounce seshes, which will be stocked with protein-fuelled snacks, fruit smoothies, and other sweet treats that will kick your energy back up for round two (or five, or six).

The Bubble

When: Opens Monday, August 16 at 11:00 a.m.

Address: 65 Orfus Rd., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can jump through the bouncy castle of your dreams, as this "inflatapark" spans over 10,000 square feet.


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